Bird flu, which is spreading in different states of the country, has probably also taken an entry in the capital Delhi. Reports of bird deaths are being reported in many places in Delhi. The death of birds has come to light from Mayur Bihar, Dwarka, Hotsal village. Samples of birds have been taken and sent for examination.
On behalf of the CM office it said, “In a park in Mayur Vihar III, Delhi, a Delhi government team found 17 dead crows, out of which four samples were collected. Two crows were also found dead in Dwarka’s DDA Park One of which was sampled. 16 crows were found dead in a park in Hotsal village in West district.
The Delhi Deputy SIAM office has informed that all the samples collected have been sent to a laboratory in Palam, on 9 January to submit them to a la.boratory in the National High Security Veterinary Institute, ICAR, Bhopal and Jalandhar. has gone. The central government said on Friday that so far bird flu has been confirmed in Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat. The government has directed these six states to control the disease as per the action plan.According to an official statement, the infection has been confirmed in six states (Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana and Gujarat) so far. It is learned that the bird killing campaign in both the affected districts of Kerala is over. The infection-free process continues.